French Art Deco Fashions: In Pochoir Prints from the 1920s (Schiffer Design Books)

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French pochoir prints from the glorious Art Deco era present women’s fashion designs in their most original age. Chosen from 1924 to 1931, this clothing was revolutionary and has been the epitome of haute couture designers ever since. The most famous clothing designers are represented abundantly, including Charles Worth, Jean Patou, Paul Poiret, Lucien Lelong, Joseph Paquin, etc. The hand-printed illustrations are each little masterpiece, often admired and collected for their fine details and originality.

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